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25
Jun

The Facts About Mould: Mould Removal and Cleaning Issues

Mould is a natural part of both our environment and the ecosystem. The significance of mould growth as an essential element in organic breakdown and regeneration continues to fascinate scientists worldwide as mould species number in their thousands with varying attributes and functions they can undertake. The problem exists for human occupation and indoor living[…]

25
Jun

How to restore a property after water damage: A systematic approach

If a home or building has experienced significant water damage after a flood or weather event, simply drying the property out naturally is unlikely to be enough to protect the structure from future damage. Water damage restoration these days uses state of the art science and technology for drying, dehumidification, odour abatement and disinfecting to[…]

08
Nov

Unattended death: Why decomposition cleaning is essential to keep your family safe

Decomposition of a body starts to occur just a few short hours after death. When the time of death isn’t certain, in the case of an ‘unattended death’ the hazards to anyone entering the scene are significant. Whether the deceased has been unattended for a few hours or a few days, anyone entering the scene[…]

07
Nov

Unattended Death Scenes: Your Legal Obligations

While discovering an unattended death can cause trauma and grief, there are legal obligations which must be adhered to. In Queensland, the unattended death of a person under unusual or unnatural circumstances is reportable under the provisions of the Coroners Act, 2003. There are similar acts across other states and territories throughout Australia. The presiding[…]

20
Jun

Managing Hygiene in the Workplace: An Employer’s Obligations

When it comes to the health and safety of staff and clients in the workplace, awareness of potential hazards and managing identified risk is now considered one of business management’s greatest requirements. Not all hazardous situations are caused by biohazard contamination that may affect your business. Consider these issues that may affect the health and[…]

18
Jun

The loss of a loved one: Three things to look for when hiring a deceased estate cleaner

In our line of work, we meet many people who have lost a loved one, often through a traumatic event. We enter their lives at a time of great grieving and when the last thing they want to do is think about the deceased estate cleaning. Our goal is to take the stress out of[…]

18
Jun

Crime scene cleaning: Restoring your property safely after a crime or traumatic event

Crime scene cleaning, also known as forensic cleaning, includes crime scenes, accidents and situations where a traumatic event has occurred. In the aftermath of a violent crime, family and friends of the victim are often devastated and traumatised. During this time of grief, having to arrange to clean the crime scene safely can be very[…]

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